Billy Dee Williams Says He’s “Gender Fluid”

Who knew he was playing GAIL Sayers in Brian’s Song”?

Lando Calrissian is obviously desperate to be relevant. He managed to go 80 years without feeling the need to be seen as enlightened in wokeness, hitching his wagon to what is nothing more than a cultural fad that will fade away. Gender fluidity will go the way of extreme facial body modifications.


Billy Dee Williams, whose many film roles include Lando Calrissian in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, has revealed that he’s gender fluid. The actor no longer uses only male pronouns, Out reports. “I say ‘himself’ and ‘herself,’ because I also see myself as feminine as well as masculine,” he said. “I’m a very soft person. I’m not afraid to show that side of myself.” Williams, 82, made the comments in an interview with Esquire.


35 Comments on Billy Dee Williams Says He’s “Gender Fluid”

  1. May some big badass nurse at the nursing home advise: “You better keep your gender fluids to yourself!”

  2. Dude had lots of problems over the years. I think his gender is the least of them.
    I couldn’t stand him in Star Wars. He came off like a pimp. LOL

  3. No, I’M gender fluid!

    No, I am gender fluid!

    No me me me, look at me, LOOK AT ME–I’m gender fluid, I said it first!

  4. …so, was the robot he had sex with in the “Solo” movie (ironic title for a robot porker, I know) supposed to be a “male” or “Female” machine? They claimed it was supposed to be a feminist or something and gave it a female audio, but it gets REALLY hard to tell when you’re talking about concepts designed by folks that can’t even tell the difference between a tab and a slot…

  5. I confess I’m not even sure what “gender fluid” actually is. But I do know enough to know that I wouldn’t want to get any on me.

  6. Now it gets REALLY interesting!

    Who can handle the biggest dildo shoved up his ass?

    Billy D?
    Hunter B?
    Pete Butt?
    That guy in Italy?

    Fascinating stuff. I’ll be on the edge of my seat for … 2 or 3 seconds …

    izlamo delenda est …

  7. I recall the when the movie “Solo” came out the critics panned the Calrissian character as being too feminine. The fanbase called a spade a spade (pardon the expression) and were up in arms about him being portrayed as gay. I guess they knew something we didn’t or that the “Force” told them.


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